Battlestar Galactica (2004–2009)
This is a remake of the original series.
this is a spin off from the tv series
Numerous visual and stylistic influences.
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Hodgins mentions Battlestar Galactica when he's talking of graphic novels
poster seen outside
Veronica meets a guy who uses the word "frak", and he explains it's the typical swear word from "Battlestar Galactica". Later, Veronica says "frak" when she's talking to Mac.
T.J. Cites his watching the show as evidence of his intelligence.
Seth asks the homeless guys who among them has seen the show.
One of the "unpopular voters" wears a "Battlestar Galactica" t-shirt
One of Dwight's shirts has the logo from this show on it.
Veronica is hired by a guy who met the women that he loved at a "Battlestar Galactica" convention. The Cylons, their raiders, Number Six, the word "frak" and the famous quote "So say we all" are mentioned.
Open reference by a character
Fred and Alicia compare the series remake to the original.
He makes a joke about how a background looks like a Battlestar Galactica convention.
Character refers to Admiral Adama being a Cylons
Sheldon wants to watch the Season 2 DVDs "with commentary"
Michael wears a sweatshirt with this show's logo
Edward James Olmos calles Deckard a Cylon instead of a Replicant
Cylons are mentioned as being influenced by Blade Runner
The "Battlestar Galactica" episode guide
Sault mentions the show by name.
Referenced during "Nerding it Up for Pierre".
natalie mentions this to colby while eating a hot dog
General Treister tells the O.S.I. agents not to use one of the tv monitors because it is programmed to record Battlestar Galactica.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the tv-series in his review of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (2008) (VG)
Subject of a $2,000 question
Howard says, "Oh, Frak!"
Jim talks about Battlestar Galactica with Andy
When going through "Apollo's" fast-food drive-through, the cashier says "Enjoy your meal! So say we all!"
Ramona does not allow Sheldon to watch BSG on TV.
Choosing the futuristic sci-fi costumes they'll be wearing to mess with people at the Renaissance Fair, the kids have narrowed their choices down to, among the others, Viper Pilots from this TV Show
McGee calls Agent Lee a Cylon.
Referenced by name
Ronald D. Moore is said to be the creator of Battlestar Galatica, appears
This is a documentary about the original score to 'Battlestar Galactica'
DVDs are shown in a video store.
Leonard teases Sheldon by saying, "We'll just erase the first season of 'Battlestar.'"
The "eye" of the Predator Drone swishes back and forth just like the Cylon Raiders. The front of the drone even resembles the raiders.
Penny offers to watch it with the boys.
the dark "Astro Quest Redux" is stylistically similar and provoked a similar fanboy backlash; in-joke as its producer Ronald D. Moore is the first to condemn the remake
Elisa wears a T-shirt with "What The Frak?" on the front and the Colonial seal on the back.
Included in an $8,000 question
In episode three, Tim uses the word "Frack", the made-up swear word from the Battlestar universe.
Jeffrey Ross refers to the series regarding a costume
Linkara imitating Lucy Lawless: "I could get a job on Battlestar Galactica."
Describes the music of the show
Fargo says "Frak!" upon seeing he's been turned green.
Boomhauer says that Spongy's contraption of four shopping carts is "Like a dang ol' Battlecart Galactica, man."
Indie Nerd #1 says that "Battlestar kicks TNG's ass."
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Seth Myers mentions a Battlestar Galactica nightie on Weekend Update
Sheldon has a toaster that draws Cylon centurion faces on the bread
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "TV for Short"
When Sam is trapped inside the Impala, the red light on the front of the car imitates the roving red eye of a cylon
mentioned by Howard when he says he wants Katee Sackhoff
Nick wears a Battlestar Galactica T-shirt.
Hiro says, "Citizens of Caprica, you are saved. The Cylon has been defeated."
Leonard angrily lasers a Cylon centurion action figure
Battlestar Galactica is mentioned in dialogue, and Sarah wears a "Frak Off" T-shirt
Sheldon suggests a BSG marathon specifically, "the continuing saga of the Battlestar Galactica weekly episodes airing from 2004 to 2009"
When the satellite system goes down, Garcia utters the word "Frak" which was a common expletive used on the reimagined "Battlestar Galactica (2004)" series.
Stan asks Anna to tape "Battlestar Galactica" for him while he's at the award show.
The comic book shop owner says, "Boo frakking hoo!"
James Callis' character mentions a tall, leggy blonde in a red dress.
Claudia says "I have no frakking idea."
A Cylon centurion is one of the party guests.
Actress Katee Sackhoff is wearing Starbuck's flightsuit and asks "Why am I wearing my Battlestar Galactica (2004) flightsuit in bed?" She also uses the word "frak" when talking with George Takei
Stephen puts up a photo of Six as part of his reasons to be fearful
"...and then wait for Battlestar Galactica to be invented."
The reporter asks Langston if he has heard of "fracking". He then states that it "sounds like a sci-fi expletive". Note also that Det. Reed is played by Katee Sackhoff who plays Starbuck in BSG.
Simon tells Nathan that he just bought the Battlestar Galactica DVD box set.
mentioned in dialogue from Katie
"At least they took a break from ripping off Star Wars to rip off Battlestar Galactica."
Pastewka wants to watch it, Anne gives Pastewka the DVD Box as present
"...where the bikers put on their finest Battlestar Galactica attire."
Frack said by Aaron Douglas who was in Battlestar Galactica
Frank says Roxy strikes him more as a "the new Battlestar Galactica" fan
Claudia uses the expletive made famous by that show.
Mrs. Crabtree tells Dan her costume is Starbuck, though he mistakes it for the Dirk Benedict version."
mentioned in dialogue
Title mentioned by Chris Hardwick during his interview
Chaos demands Parker to dress up as Starbuck from Battlestar Galactica for him to join the group, but would also accept Sophie as Counselor Troi.
Jess wonders if she is a Cylon, specifically of the kind who is unaware of it until 'triggered'. The first of these 'sleeper' Cylons was seen in the full series, not in the mini-series that preceded it.
Andy lists "New Caprica" as a potential place to live
Like his character in Battlestar Galactica, Aaron Douglas plays a character who creates a race of humanlike servants and ends up becoming immortal. The final scene of the film is reminiscent of what occurred on Kobol in Galactica.
mentioned in dialogue, Castle also references Tricia Helfer's "number 6" character.
Series is discussed.
"A Centron Production. Sounds like something from Battlestar: Galactica."
Sam says "Frakking Frell"
Blackcatloner comments that the Klingons' metal helmets makes them look like the Cylons in this series.
numerous visual and thematic references by the same design team
Cylon mentioned/poster seen
Commander Adama Character
Mentioned by Pete.
Blue Matrix - the sci-fi TV show that Jerome has a part on - is compared to Battlestar Galactica.
Tosh says "fracking"
In his monologue, Jimmy notes that the series' president is regarded more favorably than President Obama
Charlie says "frakking", the curse word used on Battle Star Galactica.
Mentioned in dialogue
The reboot is mentioned in the Back in My Day segment
a Viper Mark II mockup is on display at Comic-Con.
Referenced in dialogue
a question involves the number of Tricia Helfer's character on the show
Zachary Levi says that we'll be enslaved by Cylons in 2026, but those will be happy days if you've seen Tricia Helfer
Tricia Helfer is introduced as being from the show
Grace says she'll watch "Scandal" if Zoe watches "Battlestar".
Greg says Ashley was on the show.
TV series and star Katee Sackhoff mentioned.
Felicity says, "Oh, frak."
DVD release of Season 1 reviewed + footage used
Battlestar Galactica is on the television in the house where the survivor is found.
clips shown and discussed
heard playing on TV
Jenna joins the writers in watching this show
Cylon is mentioned when Linkara says robots are given a bad rap.
watched on TV
"No, no, not that one. And the theme song is wrong, they never had a plan."
ERod jokes that this is what happened to the humans in the Robots universe
"Frakking Galactica" sketch.
Trying to escape from the drama geeks, Snot reminds his friends that the best way to destroy a Cylon Fleet is by taking out its basestar
A race of too-obvious robots infiltrate a space vessel, and everyone fails to notice.